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Meet Indigo Bolandrini, One of the worlds youngest Junior Master Scuba Divers

Indigo Bolandrini with her instructor at Orca Dive Club El Gouna Indigo started diving in August 2013 and became hooked. In just a few short months she has zoomed to the top level achievable for her age as Junior Master

By |June 3rd, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Meet Indigo Bolandrini, One of the worlds youngest Junior Master Scuba Divers

[VIDEO] Hurghada Dive Fest 2014 – Diving The Red Sea Wrecks

This is just a small sample of some the great diving we do here during Hurghada Dive Fest. This fantastic video from Brian Busuttil covers just a few of the wrecks of the Red Sea but ranges from the shallow

By |May 19th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on [VIDEO] Hurghada Dive Fest 2014 – Diving The Red Sea Wrecks

Fantastic Scuba Travel Offers from blue o two

Check out our latest special offers with holidays to the Red Sea now from only £675 including flights! ‘MALDIVES MADNESS’ UPDATE: There has been a slight amendment to our ‘Maldives Madness’ offer and has been simplified to one great deal…

By |April 30th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Fantastic Scuba Travel Offers from blue o two

Countdown To The Miss Scuba UK 2014 Finals in El Gouna, Egypt

Image source: Facebook The finals of Miss Scuba UK 2014 will be held in El Gouna, Egypt, from 26 April until 2 May. Jaime-Lee Faulkner, crowned the first Miss Scuba UK last November, will hand over her crown to one

By |April 18th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on Countdown To The Miss Scuba UK 2014 Finals in El Gouna, Egypt

Featured Red Sea Wreck- The SS Thistlegorm

SS Thistlegorm This is possibly the most famous shipwreck in the world and certainly the most dived. Much has been written about the Thistlegorm and a search for a video on “You Tube” alone will bring you over 24,300 results.

By |April 15th, 2014|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Featured Red Sea Wreck- The SS Thistlegorm

Featured Red Sea Wreck – Tienstin (Tien Hsing)

The “Tienstin”, as it is commonly called, is the phonetic pronunciation of the ship’s actual Chinese name of Tien Hsing. Built at Ta Chung Hua Shipbuilding & Engineering Works, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China in 1935, she was a steam powered tugboat

By |April 11th, 2014|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Featured Red Sea Wreck – Tienstin (Tien Hsing)

Featured Red Sea Wreck – The SS Turbo

The S.S. Turbo was a 4,782 GRT steam cargo ship built at J.D. Laing Shipbuilding (Deptbord Yard No. 635), Sunderland, UK, for the Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co., Ltd., London. She was launched 11 July 1912, and completed the following month. Following an attack

By |February 28th, 2014|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Featured Red Sea Wreck – The SS Turbo

The Equalizer Red Sea Magazine Becomes Part of The Scuba News Family

I am extremely excited to announce that with immediate effect, The Equalizer Red Sea Magazine has become part of The Scuba News family! After being a partner in the project for the last 12 months as the magazine began the

By |February 26th, 2014|Scuba Diving News|Comments Off on The Equalizer Red Sea Magazine Becomes Part of The Scuba News Family

Featured Red Sea Wreck – The Salem Express

The “Fred Scamaroni” The Salem Express was a 4,471 GRT Roll On/Roll Off (RO/RO) Passenger ferry originally named the Fred Scamaroni built at Forges & Ateliers et Chantiers de Mediterranee (Yard No. 1367), La Seyne, France. The Salem Express is possibly one of the

By |February 26th, 2014|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Featured Red Sea Wreck – The Salem Express

Featured Red Sea Wreck – The Scalaria

The S.S. Scalaria was a 5,683 GRT Tanker built at Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson (Yard No. 1173), Newcastle, UK, for the Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company (Shell Tankers, manager). As with all “Shell Tankers” she was named after a mollusk, in this case

By |February 25th, 2014|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Featured Red Sea Wreck – The Scalaria